Category Archives: relationships

What Happens When You Live Inside Your Own Ass …

When my British Beloved and I first started dating, he introduced me to this delightful and quite descriptive phrase: “That guy is so up his own ass!” Up his own ass. I love it. Didn’t totally understand it then but … Continue reading

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How Many Selfies Will It Take To Make You Feel Loved …

This morning I read a tweet (turned into a meme) from someone named Bruxy Cavey: “Humans long for unconditional love, but market a false self to get conditional love. Hence, our true selves are neither known nor loved.” I have … Continue reading

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The Thing About Sex …

Which came first- the chicken or the egg? I know … a real conundrum. And you thought I was going to talk about sex. Actually, I am. And the big question is – which comes first? Intimacy or intercourse? Now … Continue reading

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My Crazy Messed-Up Sock Drawer (and other weird personality markers I keep hidden) …

I haven’t blogged in a while. Mostly because of that book I just published (you know how kids are … most of the work comes after they are born) but also because I am moving. Again. 8th time in 16 … Continue reading

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I Was The Prettiest When I Was The Unhappiest

I have spent some time this past week amalgamating old photos on my Facebook feed. I have four laptops on the go currently, all filled with digital pics. And this of course does not include the many ancient photo albums … Continue reading

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“When We Come Out Of This …”

How many times have you heard that phrase in the past two months? Or perhaps “When this is all over …” Or “When we finally get back to normal …” We’re a funny lot, aren’t we? Always aiming for a … Continue reading

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Will You Suffer From Returnaphobia?

Yes I just made up that word. Because at present there is no word to describe the fear some of us may experience when the time comes to re-enter “normal life”. When the time comes to sit on a plane, … Continue reading

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Tiny Pet Peeve Rant Alert … LOL

There are lots of big things to concern ourselves with these days. So this little thing truly means nothing. It’s just a little thing that has been bugging me for years so I thought heck, I’m writing about it. LOL … Continue reading

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Be the First (and don’t be shy)!

When I lived in Guelph I did most of my daily walks on trails. I said “good morning’ to anyone who passed but mostly I just kept to myself, listened to music and trucked on. At Hope Bay (my summer … Continue reading

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Now Is Absolutely Not The Time To Hold Your Breath …

This morning I awoke to the news that a lovely friend had died. This death was not Covoid-related nor was it entirely unexpected. But it still smacked me upside the heart. I mean seriously, life is stupid enough these days … Continue reading

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